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Color Keyable frontend palette for OBS

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Name: Color Keyable frontend palette for OBS
Type: Program
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Submitted by: Poland TheMadCharles

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obs color key palette.zip

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Time: April 25, 2021, 11:17 AM
Description:
Color palette change for use along with OBS' color key filter

extract to graphics folder

it is recommended to be used alongside black background in-game, press Insert in-game to cycle through background options

initially i had this idea back in 3.7.2.1 days when a frontend color palette editor was introduced to me, and i wanted to experiment around with what could be done. Another thing i thought of doing was putting an image behind WA gameplay. I could do this easily with black background in-game, but what about the frontend? it has that blue gradient thing. fortunately, palette files were wide open in game files and they were editable, so i was able to get rid of the gradient on all screens. yay

 :-\  this is not a tutorial on how to use OBS :-\

You'll need:
- OBS (I'll use OBS Studio 26.1.1)
- OBS Shader Filters: https://obsproject.com/forum/resources/obs-shaderfilter.775/
- a wallpaper, preferably in the same aspect ratio as the canvas/game (I'll use a 4k rendition of Windows XP's Bliss https://redd.it/23qpse)

Setup:
- have an image source below the game source
- on the game source, go to filters and add a color key
- set Key Color Type to Custom Color
- set Key Color to #000000
- set Similarity and Smoothness to 1
-done

To add a drop shadow:
- on the game source, go to filter and below color key filter, add a User-defined shader
- find drop_shadow.filter in the default directory
- set both shadow offsets to 0
- set shadow blur size to 5
- done

Alternatively, you can add a transparent color source between image source and game source as a background dim
To do this:
- add a color source with color #000000
- go to filters, add a Color Correction filter
set Opacity to whatever you desire, it's set in percentage

what you will see:







example of what can be done with OBS:




*transparent bomb icon in weapon options is a bug in SuperFrontendHD :/



if there will be demand maybe i'll make another version that will also remove flying stars and spanners

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